Michael la Perruque on HLN with Dr. Drew

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I just saw LaPerruque on TV with Dr. Drew.

Discussed many things - drugs, MJ children, Alberto Alvarez works for LaPerruque, where he was at the airport when he got the news, being at the hospital

Transcripts should be up by tomorrow.

They should repeat later tonight I think. Very interesting.

Hope it gets on YT.
 
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Sorry mods please delete the other thread. I forgot and saw this one started. :blush:

This guy is a media whore. can someone send him the tox report? its about ratings now, I guess they have to compete with trutv. but people buy into all this crap.
 

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See. It's when people go running to the media that the defense wants to talk to them. And all this does is pre-condition any prospective juror. It's not as if they need any more crazy reasons to be biased against Michael. The judge should have put a gag order a long time ago on everyone involved with Michael from his family, to his bodyguards right down to his accountant until the court case went to trial. I mean seriously, why is this allowed? They haven't even got a jury selected yet. And how is a jury supposed to be fair during trial when things like this keep happening? This is all just my opinion.
 
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Why we giving drew publicity.all it does is give him more hits on google when u spread his crap about.mj admitted himself he has issues in the early 00's so this is nothing new. And is irelevent to what happened 7 years later. so much for laperruqe been respectable.anything for a quick buck.
 

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Transcripts:
http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/1108/23/ddhln.01.html


Now, next, the man responsible for protecting the lives of Michael Jackson and his children, no one had more access to the "King of Pop" or the intimate details of his life. Michael Jackson`s former chief of security is here with me after the break.

Stay with us.

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

DR. DREW PINSKY, HOST: Breaking news in the upcoming manslaughter trial of Michael Jackson`s Dr. Conrad Murray. He is accused of giving the King of Pop a lethal dose of what is a surgical anesthetic. Now, tonight, Murray`s attorneys have asked the court for his sequestered jury, filing a petition that says, quote, "There`s a reasonable expectation" -- and I think they`re right -- "that Dr. Murray`s trial will be the most publicized trial in history," unquote.

Now, over the coming weeks and months, HLN will be covering this trial like no other network, and I personally will give you insight that I bet you just can`t get anywhere else. I`ll be bringing you exclusive interviews from Jackson insiders that you can only see right here on this set.

And tonight, I talk one-on-one with the man who is part of the entertainer`s most inner circle. Watch this.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

PINSKY (voice-over): Michael Jackson`s chief of security was responsible for keeping him and his children out of harm`s way, but Michael La Perruque also built a strong bond with the King of Pop. He became one of Jackson`s closest confidants. Perruque`s knowledge of Jackson`s private life was so intimate that he was subpoenaed at the infamous 2005 molestation trial. Now, his name is surfaced as a possible witness in the upcoming murder trial surrounding Jackson`s untimely death.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

PINSKY (on-camera): And Michael La Perruque is with me now. Michael, you saw Michael Jackson just before he died. I guess, a few weeks before. Tell us about that and that conversation you had with him.

MIKE LA PERRUQUE, MICHAEL JACKSON`S HEAD OF SECURITY: Well, Michael was attending a party that was put on by Janet. It was a surprise party at a restaurant in Beverly Hills. And, I was in charge of running the security for that particular party. Shutting it down, make sure all the video cameras were off, and everything. So, we knew that Michael was going to show up to the restaurant, so I had done my job as far as getting a private room. Michael showed up with the three children and was standing off at another room.

He sees me, and we hadn`t seen each other in a couple years, I guess. So, he saw me standing in the room. He yells out Mike, and he comes running over to me and gives me a big hug, asks me to come over and sit down with him because I had a private room for him. There was great -- you know, we talked about how good it was to see each other. And, then, I had asked him about him going off to Europe.

He says, yes, I`m going to go to London for the shows. And I said Michael, you`re skinnier than I`ve ever seen you. What`s going on? Put some meat on your bones. And he said that he lost a lot of weight because he was going through -- he was doing all the rehearsals for the "This Is It."

PINSKY: The stress and the preparation.

LA PERRUQUE: Right. Well, he was always a thin guy, anyway.

PINSKY: Yes.

LA PERRUQUE: But I think -- like I said, this was the skinniest I`ve seen him or thinner side I`ve ever seen him. So --

PINSKY: Did you feel concern for him at that point? Did you think, oh my gosh, how`s he going to do this?

LA PERRUQUE: No, not at that time, because I knew he was strong.

(CROSSTALK)

LA PERRUQUE: No, I don`t think so. And we talked about a little bit later about the children and how they were doing. And then, I actually used a term that you coined. And I told him that, Michael, I have great affection for you, and I want you to know that no matter where you are in this world, no matter what time it is, whatever you`re doing if you need me, I will always be there for you. I don`t care what it is.

I`ll drop whatever I`m doing, and I will come see him -- or, I`ll come see you. And after that, he -- his head of security or his assistant came walking in, and he told the assistant, hey, get Mike`s number. Always keep Mike`s number with you no matter where we are. We may need him later. Always keep it with you. With that, I said, go on back to your party, and I`ll see you later. That was the last time I saw him.

PINSKY: I`m actually moved that you used that word affection, because that`s a very special kind of relationship with somebody like this when you feel that deep affection and you appreciate them as a person.

LA PERRUQUE: Exactly.

PINSKY: You`ve known him for a lot of years.

LA PERRUQUE: Yes, I started with him at the end of 2000, and I worked for him through 2004. And then, he asked me to come back to work for him in 2007 through 2008.

PINSKY: It`s kind of a special thing, because he`s not a cartoon character to you or the King of Pop. He`s a human being that you have real affection for you. Appreciate him as a person. And I want to get into that as we talk today. Let me ask you this. Where were you on June 25th, 2009, when you found out that Michael was dead?

LA PERRUQUE: I was at San Jose Airport. I was just finishing up a business meeting. And, I was at the airport, and then, all of a sudden, I heard -- you know, I saw a lot of people were starting to talk with each other and cell phones going off, and you know, you could definitely tell that there was some kind of a --

PINSKY: Something happened.

LA PERRUQUE: Some event that was happening that was catching everybody`s attention. And, then, I got a phone call from a person that I worked with on Michael`s detail, and she was very close with Michael. And she says well, Michael just had a heart attack. And I need you to meet me over at the hospital. And I, of course, said, well, of course, but I`m up here in San Jose. I`m about ready to jump on a flight.

As soon as I get down to Burbank Airport, I`ll, you know, get in my car and I`ll meet you over there. And, it was a few minutes after that that I guess another network had broke the news that he had died. And then, of course, there is quite a bit of hubbub in the airport.

PINSKY: Did you get to the emergency room?

LA PERRUQUE: I finally did towards the end of the day. Yes, I did. And, anyway, she had told me that, you know, Michael passed away on the phone. And, then, she says, you know, I can`t believe it. I refuse to believe it.

PINSKY: Did it surprise you? Did it really surprise you?

LA PERRUQUE: You know, yes. It surprised me.

PINSKY: You had just seen him. He looked ill. He didn`t look well. He had a lot of stress coming. We`re going to talk in a minute about the drug use that you did or didn`t see. So, but first, what I want to do is go to a recording. On the day Michael Jackson died, a security guard who, I guess, still works for you now, a guy named Alberto Alvarez?

LA PERRUQUE: Yes.

PINSKY: He made this 911 call from Jackson`s bedroom. Let`s listen.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: He`s unconscious? He`s not breathing?

VOICE OF ALBERTO ALVAREZ, JACKSON`S FORMER BODYGUARD: Yes, he`s not breathing, sir.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: OK. And he`s not conscious either.

ALVAREZ: No. He`s not conscious, sir.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: OK. All right. Is he on the floor? Where is he at right now?

ALVAREZ: He`s on the bed, sir. He`s on the bed.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: OK. Let`s get him on the floor.

ALVAREZ: OK.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: OK. Let`s get him down to the floor. I`m going to help you with CPR right now, OK?

(END VIDEO CLIP)

PINSKY: And Mr. Alvarez still works for you to this day?

LA PERRUQUE: Yes.

PINSKY: How do you feel when you hear that phone call?

LA PERRUQUE: You know, it`s sort of chilling at the same time. I feel for Alberto, because I know him. And, he`s a really good guy.

PINSKY: Funny, you can kind of tell that. You can tell his real genuine concern, and he was doing his job.

LA PERRUQUE: He was doing his job, but if you can imagine, you know, the situation happening and how surreal it must be. And you have to -- as a protection agent, someone as protecting someone, you have a certain amount of duty and responsibility towards that person. And to realize that this person that you`re in charge of his care has, you know, passed away or something like that, especially at the magnitude of the popularity of Michael.

PINSKY: Does Alberto to this day feel guilt? Does he lay blame with Dr. Murray? I don`t want you to speak on his behalf, you can`t, but people in the room, how did they feel about what went down, I wonder.

LA PERRUQUE: I can`t answer that. And, I`ve had conversations with Alberto. And, not only does he work for me, but he is a personal friend of mine.

PINSKY: Maybe I`ll ask him to come and talk to us himself. Let me ask you this. Did you ever imagine that drugs would kill Michael Jackson?

LA PERRUQUE: No. You know, you want to hope for the best.

PINSKY: Impacting to that response, though, I suspect, is you did see him doing drugs or you were aware he was doing drugs.

LA PERRUQUE: I was aware that he was doing drugs.

PINSKY: Were you aware of the magnitude of the problem?

LA PERRUQUE: Yes.

PINSKY: And so, when you say you hope for the best, you hoped he didn`t die of it?

LA PERRUQUE: Of course.

PINSKY: Were you aware of his use of propofol?

LA PERRUQUE: No. I had never -- I never heard of the word propofol before. It came out after his passing.

PINSKY: And given -- I mean, for me -- I will just tell you, propofol used outside of a hospital was a bizarre. I mean, when I heard about that, it`s like really, like an asteroid hit outside my house or something. It`s like, what world does that happen? But OK. So, that was happening, and apparently, been happening for awhile, I guess. What are your thoughts in the charges against Conrad Murray? Do you have any?

LA PERRUQUE: Well, my personal thoughts would be that the charges are very -- they are the correct charges against (ph) regarding manslaughter charges. I don`t think that Conrad Murray would have any kind of predetermined thoughts to, you know, wanting to kill the King of Pop.

PINSKY: Premeditation.

LA PERRUQUE: Premeditation.

PINSKY: How do you respond to some of the Jackson family like La Toya who say that Murray was just sort of the fall guy for a bigger guilty party? It`s sort of, you know, inadvertent murder like they were worked into doubt (ph) or something. It seems to be the implication.

LA PERRUQUE: Well, it would almost sound like it`s some kind of conspiracy.

PINSKY: Yes.

LA PERRUQUE: And I don`t think that conspiracy was in there. I think that everybody deals with their own grieving process in a certain way. And, that you just don`t want to believe that, you know, for his family members that someone would do that or would need to take some kind of medication that would ultimately kill them.

PINSKY: In terms -- again, in speaking about his use of medication, the producers told me that you actually -- he would be so, I guess, intoxicated or affected by medication that, sometimes, you`d actually have to carry him out of meetings?

LA PERRUQUE: Yes. There were a few meeting a few times where he seemed to be under the influence of some kind of stimulant, and he would basically sit there and just pass out. So, I would have to walk in and stop the meeting. And then, basically, try to wake him up and then carry him into his room. And, I would unzip his boots, put him in bed, and then, for the next couple hours, I would just sit there and watch him just to make sure he was breathing.

PINSKY: Was there a doctor that you would call to come and to attend at that point?

LA PERRUQUE: No.

PINSKY: That seems strange to me.

LA PERRUQUE: He was being seen by physicians. And, I guess, because I had seen it so many times that I felt comfortable in just being able to watch him. And then, of course, if he has stopped breathing or if it did take a turn for the worse, then, of course, I would have called the 911.

PINSKY: Of course.

LA PERRUQUE: Not even (ph) waited for a doctor.

PINSKY: OK. Up next, as a part of Michael`s inner circle, Michael La Perruque also spent countless hours with Jackson`s children. So, we`re going to find out what Prince, Paris, and Blanket are really like and what kind of dad was the King of Pop. We`ll find that out next. Stay with us.

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

PARIS HILTON, MICHAEL JACKSON`S DAUGHTER: I just wanted to say ever since I was born, daddy has been the best father you could ever imagine.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

PINSKY: That really was just one of the saddest moments. That was Paris Jackson speaking at her father`s memorial service in July 2009. Michael La Perruque, he`s Jackson`s chief of security speaking (ph) over to me and said, you know, during that, none of us -- no one had a dry eye during that service. He, of course, was there. You spent a lot of time with Michael. What was he like as a dad?

LA PERRUQUE: He was an excellent father. You would not believe the extent that he would go to just to make sure that he provided a very normal life for his children.

PINSKY: So, they weren`t spoiled that they weren`t sent away to nannies? I understand each one had their own little team, isn`t that right?

LA PERRUQUE: No.

PINSKY: That`s what the rumor. Well, this is the part, you know, I`m trying to imagine what it`d be like to be a child and have Michael Jackson as your father. It`d be kind of peculiar.

LA PERRUQUE: I don`t think that there was that much of a -- the children never expressed like my daddy is Michael Jackson. It was just my daddy is daddy.

PINSKY: Now, again, I get that. That`s what I keep hearing is that they loved him as dad, and he was dad like anyone is just dad, but he was an unusual person. He didn`t seem like the kind of person to easily get close to. That that ever affect or was that a more natural role for him?

LA PERRUQUE: I think that was the role for him. I mean, his role as a father was probably more natural than his dancing and that was a God- given talent. So, I think that, you know, his raising the children and trying to just give them that unconditional love and gave that unconditional love back.

PINSKY: I actually did a fundraiser with him at Carnegie Hall for -- it was a children`s fundraiser. And he seemed to always be involved in children`s fundraising activities. And did any of that sort of -- and then the Peter Pan stuff and all -- did any of his sort of almost excessive preoccupation with children interfere with his parenting?

LA PERRUQUE: I don`t think so.

PINSKY: Didn`t get anything --

LA PERRUQUE: I never got that impression at all.

PINSKY: And tell us about Paris and Prince and Blanket. What are they like as kids?

LA PERRUQUE: Great kids. I mean, they just, you know, -- they love their father.

PINSKY: That is clear. I mean, that was so genuine. It`s so heartfelt.

LA PERRUQUE: Yes.

PINSKY: It`s like I can`t even think about it.

LA PERRUQUE: Yes. And, you know, Prince was always sort of the adult around with the other two children looking out after his sister and his younger brother. Blanket, we affectionately called him was always very quiet. And Paris, you can probably tell she`s going to be the stronger of all three of them.

PINSKY: Did they have normal peer relationships with other kids?

LA PERRUQUE: Oh, yes. There were always other kids around.

PINSKY: OK. And yet, their confidentiality was carefully maintained.

LA PERRUQUE: Of course.

PINSKY: Their identity was carefully protected. Was that him being paranoid or was that appropriate? I mean, you were the head of security. So, did you advise that kind of thing?

LA PERRUQUE: As a protection agent, you always want to take care of your principals, but then his children as well. And, you want to protect the children and protect the man himself. So, as part of that is that you`re always aware of the potential possible kidnapping. Michael wanted the children to be raised at that tender -- during those tender ages without the cameras in front of them, without any kind of publicity.

So, we want to make sure that if, like, sometimes I would take Paris out to the local park just so that she could, you know, play on the swings and go down the slides and I would stand there and watch her or push her on the swings so that they would maintain some sort of sense of normalcy.

PINSKY: Were you, guys, part of the decision to put stuff over their face, the masks and things?

LA PERRUQUE: It was instructed to us to make sure that whenever they went out publicly with Michael around, that they would have some kind of a mask which wrapped (ph) over their face.

PINSKY: I see. So, when they`re with him, they didn`t --

LA PERRUQUE: Yes.

PINSKY: I Oh, that`s very interesting. There was that one episode where he held the child over the balcony. Was that just a misadventure?

LA PERRUQUE: I think it was a misadventure. You have to -- you know, again, everybody was saw it from the camera view. And, I didn`t realize what happened until later on that day when I start hearing about everything, but, you know, it was like Michael was just -- he was caught up in the moment, and sometimes, you see fathers take their kids and throw them up in the air and try to catch him or catch them.

And he was just kind of like, he was in the moment and he was presenting his children because the crowds down below -- we had been at that hotel for numerous days. And there was -- they held it -- the fans held a 24-hour vigil. So, sometimes, you know, he would wave and the crowd would get --

PINSKY: I`ve seen what the fans do. They, like, throw themselves at it. It`s kind of wild.

LA PERRUQUE: It is.

PINSKY: But Mike, I`m going to ask you a tougher question. I know you have affection for him. You sure you didn`t drink the Kool-Aid?

LA PERRUQUE: No.

PINSKY: You know what I mean? Because we looked at that --

(CROSSTALK)

PINSKY: No. Not the (INAUDIBLE) juice, but the Kool-Aid. I saw that picture of him in the balcony, I though, that did not look good to me.

LA PERRUQUE: It didn`t look good to me either.

PINSKY: OK. All right. I just want to make sure we`re looking at the same footage.

LA PERRUQUE: We`re looking at the same footage, and yes, there was a definite concern. In fact, later on, I had to make sure that he didn`t do something additionally silly.

PINSKY: Did he do silly stuff like that?

LA PERRUQUE: Yes, he did. I mean, and that was sometimes his -- he was his own worst enemy that he would do things like irresponsibly not think about the consequences later on down the line.

PINSKY: So, himself being a little childlike.

LA PERRUQUE: Sometimes.

PINSKY: OK. Now, in 2005, jury selection began for the infamous Michael Jackson molestation trial. The entertainer was indicted on 14 counts including four counts of molesting a minor. Jackson maintained his innocence throughout and released this videotape statement to the media. Watch.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

MICHAEL JACKSON, ENTERTAINER: Years ago, I allowed a family to visit and spend time in Neverland. Neverland is my home. I allowed this family into my home because they told me their son was ill with cancer and needed my help. Through the years, I have helped thousands of children who were ill or in distress. These vents have caused a nightmare for my family, my children, and me.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

PINSKY: In June 2005, the jury found Jackson not guilty on all 14 charges. Mike, you have maintained throughout that he was innocent. You, guys, have chance to observe him with other children and other families. In fact, my understanding is you were almost always there.

LA PERRUQUE: Yes. I had total access. I was -- whenever he was leaving Neverland Ranch, that`s basically when I went into action. I was in charge of his travel team and then provided the protection dealing with whatever the event was, whether it was a public event or something along those lines. So, there was a lot of interaction with, you know --

PINSKY: Did you see him with this family that had --

(CROSSTALK)

PINSKY: The ones that had these allegations against him?

LA PERRUQUE: Yes. In fact, they came down to Florida, Miami, Florida, and spent two weeks with Michael just prior to him going back to Neverland Ranch.

PINSKY: All right. We have to wrap this up. Sorry to interrupt you, but you didn`t see any inappropriate?

LA PERRUQUE: No.

PINSKY: No, nothing even a hint of that trouble?

LA PERRUQUE: Not even a hit.

PINSKY: That`s what I understood you to say.

OK. Up next, did Michael Jackson really suffer from a skin condition called Vitiligo. And, did his nose fall? We`re going to talk to Mike La Perruque about the facts versus the fictions when we come back.

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

(APPLAUSE)

(END VIDEO CLIP)

PINSKY: My special guest tonight served as Michael Jackson`s head of security. His name is Mike La Perruque. He was also Michael`s confidant. He knows about the truth versus the fiction. He knows about his skin condition, but before we start about his Vitiligo, you just link (ph) over to me again. I want to bring you back here. I`ve got a million more questions for you, but you said something about him trying to get away from the drugs. Tell me that again.

LA PERRUQUE: Yes. Michael worked very hard to try to get away from the drugs. I knew about him using certain prescription drugs, but he wanted to be clean. He did not like taking the medications. And, he was strongly against any kind of illegal narcotics. So, I know of two times that he worked hard working with doctors to try to get himself clean, sober, and away from the hard narcotics.

PINSKY: I tell you one of the most heartbreaking things I hear my peers tell patients sometimes is I know what`s good for you. I`m your doctor. Listen to me. You need these medicines. Did he ever hear that kind of stuff?

LA PERRUQUE: Yes. Unfortunately, yes.

PINSKY: OK. Look, Mike, I`ve got many more questions about how the doctors related to him and whether they would give you instructions or him instructions, but we`re running out of time here. Let`s get to the fact versus the fiction here. Vitiligo. Did he have Vitiligo and is that why he lightened his skin?

LA PERRUQUE: Yes. And here`s --

PINSKY: Vitiligo, by the way, is white patches. It is very pronounced on dark skinned people.

LA PERRUQUE: Yes. And you wouldn`t probably see him -- you probably wouldn`t know it, but if I got relate a story. I got called into his hotel room one day, and we were in his bedroom and he was talking about having rash on the back of his legs. So, he says it`s itchy, da-da-da-da, and while he was talking to me, all of a sudden, he just dropped his pajama bottoms.

And I started standing there just looking at him. And he`s talking about, you know, the rash on the back of his legs, and I started laughing. And he looked at me like, why are you laughing at me? You know, when I`m trying to tell you about my rash. And I said Michael, you just dropped your pants in front of me, you know --

PINSKY: And what`s he looked at?

LA PERRUQUE: And he`s standing in there with his tiny whitings (ph) on, but yes, on his leg, he had dark patches of skin.

PINSKY: Dark patches.

LA PERRUQUE: Yes.

PINSKY: Well, what`s interesting about that, that`s not Vitiligo. Dark patches what happen to dark skin`s people when they scratch, they hyperpigment. So, that goes against the Vitiligo theory. Interestingly, he did have some kind of skin problem, but all that scratching makes it get darker. It can also make it depigment, but darker, that`s opposite of Vitiligo.

Vitiligo is an autoimmune attack on the skin. So, we have to look into that a little more. How about this business about him having like major complications with plastic surgery like his nose fell off, which is, by the way, no such thing as that. Anything like that ever --

(CROSSTALK)

PINSKY: Any weird, major complications or anything that people we could set the record straight for?

LA PERRUQUE: Not that I saw.

PINSKY: I`ve got only 20 seconds. Why did he keep refusing to acknowledge he was having plastic surgery?

LA PERRUQUE: I don`t know.

(CROSSTALK)

PINSKY: That`s always seemed sad to me like he was hiding and ashamed -- I mean, he had a major, you know, burn. Were you with him during all the burn?

LA PERRUQUE: No. Not at all.

PINSKY: I have a whole bunch of more questions for you. Thank you, Michael. I do appreciate being with us. I hope you come back.

LA PERRUQUE: Thanks for having me.

PINSKY: All right. Now, guys, we`ve got another high-profile trial in about a month. I`m guessing many of you already made up your minds about Dr. Murray, about whether he`s guilty or not in the death of Michael Jackson, but take a beat (ph) here for a second, admit that after hearing what Michael`s long-time bodyguard told us tonight, you might be thinking twice about some those opinions you formed about Michael, about Michael as a father, about past allegations.

Now, it`s a matter of whom you`re going to believe, of course. Maybe, we should all stop and reserve judgment about dr. Murray until we hear what`s presented in court. And even then, a jury is going to decide, not us. We`ll be discussing it all right here, though, the evidences, the witnesses, the facts. HLN had got it all covered. Thank you all for watching tonight. See you next time.

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Man, I'm really sorry I even came into this. 'Closest confidant' and here he is spilling his guts about the man he was protecting...If Michael was on stimulants, why would he 'pass out' at meetings etc., and how come no one else had talked about this? Heaven knows there's been no lack of people seeking their few moments of air time...and what is this ish about Michael was so against illegal narcotics then he says Michael was working hard to get clean and sober away from hard narcotics. That he would have to watch Michael sleeping to make sure he was breathing...This makes me so damn angry, I wish I had not read any of the transcript.
Whether or not there is the tiniest shred of truth in these comments is irrelevant. How can someone who considers himself a confidant of Michael's betray him like this? How can he sleep at night knowing that he has gone on national television and told stories about his client who cannot defend himself? The man is in the security business, well, I hope this is a wake up call for his current and any prospective clients thatthe man cannot keep his mouth shut...run away as fast as you can and find someone else.
The defense will love him.
 
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Hes saying whatever in order to get paid.his previous stories were about how mj would ring him in the middle of the night to talk when they were in hotels as he couldnt sleep etc. Regardless of what is truthful or not he worked for mj for a year or two back in the early 00's so its irrelevent to the case. Mike should be ashamed of himself.claiming to care for mj and been all up fans asses back in the day. Yet selling him for a quick buck.typical bent cop.
 

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How could Drew be a doctor and be so ignorant. About the vitilago, he claims Michael did not have it because he had dark patches. Obviously as they evened out the white patches, the dark patches would remain and have to be treated. As Michael stated he did not want to be spotty. The think is Drew wants people to believe Michael changed his skin because he wanted to be white, and he harps on the idea that Michael is odd so how was he as a father.

The guard needed to state what year Michael passed out, and why he passed out. He does not really know the reason for this and should not give the impression that Michael was on drugs at that time. We know Michael had a problem after the first allegations, so he needs to clarify that. The only good thing is he spoke well of Michael the parent and did say Michael was caught up in the moment. Everything else is him trying to go along with the program. How did Michael find these people!!! The guard's biggest problem is that he wants to be know as the man who was closest to the KOP and in his inner circle. That and his greed makes him give Drew basically what he wants him to hear. Drew needs to read the autopsy report and realize that he cannot give a diagnosis for or against vitiligo. In fact, I wonder what he can give a diagnosis of?
 
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So this fool denied vitiligo aswell lol i guess jr doesnt have it aswell and the A.R was wrong.
 

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Did everyone notice the mistake in the transcript - "Paris Hilton, Michael Jackson's Daughter." LOL

Dr. Drew is even worse than I thought. He seems to have decided that Michael didn't have vitiligo, based on the security guy's story about a possible rash, and despite the fact that Michael himself and the coroner confirmed that he had vitiligo. (Did Klein also confirm it?) I can't believe that he just tried to diagnosis Micheal with hyperpigmentation, instead of vitiligo. What kind of doctor is this guy? How could he ignore the fact that the dark patches were most likely Michael's original skin color, surrounded by the light areas from vitilgo. I wonder how many non-fans or casual fans saw this stupid doctor's show and are now convinced that he had hyperpigmentation.

Why did did he bring up the balcony thing? No one thinks that what Michael did was OK, but it happened years ago, and Blanket is fine. Michael knew that it was stupid, and I'm sure that he was sorry about it. Every parent probably has a story about something stupid that they did that could have resulted in catastrophe for their kid. Of course, most parents' mistakes aren't broadcast and discussed on tv for years afterward.

Also, what is the deal with Dr. Drew's obsession with the plastic surgery? Why didn't MJ admit to the world exactly how much plastic surgery he had? Probably because he thought that was personal, and no one else's business. Come on, Drew, everyone knows that.

Honestly, I can't believe that Dr. Drew is bringing up this stuff. It's all so old, and there's just not anything more to say about it.
 
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How can mj have hyperpigmentation.that causes dark patches on the skin.mj wasnt white and got dark patches he was black and got white patches
 

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A fool of a doctor if you laughing and think about it vitiligo leave the skin with two tone, bleaching leave the skin with one tone so the bodyguard saying MJ leg had dark patches mean it's two tone one dark and one light,
(I tweet the fool a photo of a vitiligo relative and ask him if he can see any dark spot)
Do those so-called doctor treat people?
He was mean and I can't see how he could be a good doctor.
 
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Theres a pick of mjs leg on his old drs site u can clearly see what is left of his original pigment..
 

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The drug thing was ok as he did point out Michael wanted to be clean. So that's not helping Murray. But how this fool can dispute Michael having vitiligo is beyond me
 

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It was in his autopsy that he had vitiligo. The ignorance is killing me. His autopsy is the proof of what people need to know. I don't why people still don't believe this or question this.
 

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The drug thing was ok as he did point out Michael wanted to be clean. So that's not helping Murray. But how this fool can dispute Michael having vitiligo is beyond me

Well, yes, but it left me with the impression that Michael was using hard drugs. About the vitiligo, what an arrogant, assuming and totally unnecessary thing for this 'doctor' to say. Having never seen Michael he's way out of line but who cares, it's all for ratings. smh
 

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Sorta OT:
HLN canceled Joe Vogel's appearance and replaced him with Diane Dimond. This action plus the content of Dr. Drew's shows about Michael illustrates how the coverage of Murray's trial will be handled by HLN in my opinion.


@JoeVogel1Joe Vogel
Never mind about my scheduled appearance on HLN. Just found out I was replaced on the panel. People will hear from Diane Dimond instead

3 hours agovia web
 

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"I found this video. This is from 1996, where La Perruque is stating much the same he did on Dr. Drew's show...so it seems that he is going by things that happened years ago when Michael had admitted to having had an addiction problem and got help for it."
http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/tv/Acc...d-To-Prescription-Drugs-/videos?cmpid=syn_rss
ALSO INSANITY X LIVES LIGHT said: "Mike La Perruque got this self injection thing from the 2005 Trial. Let's not forget that Mike La Perruque was also a retired Santa Barbara County Deputy and in that he had access to things most people couldn't dream of. All of the sealed documentation in the world could possibly be at his fingertips because of prior connections."

"Regarding Mike la Perruque's recent and sudden claims: This jerk showed up at Carolwood a few weeks before Michael died! I was there and he told us why he was there. He tried to get into Carolwood but failed, like many others! He was Michael's bodyguard a few years ago for a short period of time and slept with quite a few fans, promising them meetings etc. After an incident at Christian Audigier's birthday party in Beverly Hills (Michael got paid to attend) he decided to take it upon himself to represent the "victim" in this incident. Of course by then he was no longer employed by Michael. Bodyguard suddenly turned attorney! LOL. Yes, you got it, just another clown making money off of Michael, like everyone else. He showed us pictures and asked us if we recognised certain people (other bodyguards) in the pictures. We didn't. The claim was that some of Michael's bodyguards attacked an innocent by-stander taking pictures of Michael and bruised this poor guy up. I guess Mike La Perruque can finally make some money off of his ex-employer now, and God knows what happened to the "victim" in the incident he spoke of. I guess he sucked at being an attorney too.Btw, Michael got angry at him a few years back in Las Vegas when Michael wanted to talk to fans and this jerk got agressive. Michael shouted back at him. Just another pirhana in the pool..."
 

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Oh Hell no! That fuckin bitch again. Losing respect for CNN, even if HLN is the sister network. We all need to tell HLN we will be watching TruTV instead. I wonder where I will find ACCURATE coverage besides here at MJJC.


Sorta OT:
HLN canceled Joe Vogel's appearance and replaced him with Diane Dimond. This action plus the content of Dr. Drew's shows about Michael illustrates how the coverage of Murray's trial will be handled by HLN in my opinion.


@JoeVogel1Joe Vogel
Never mind about my scheduled appearance on HLN. Just found out I was replaced on the panel. People will hear from Diane Dimond instead

3 hours agovia web
 

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"I found this video. This is from 1996, where La Perruque is stating much the same he did on Dr. Drew's show...so it seems that he is going by things that happened years ago when Michael had admitted to having had an addiction problem and got help for it."
http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/tv/Acc...d-To-Prescription-Drugs-/videos?cmpid=syn_rss
ALSO INSANITY X LIVES LIGHT said: "Mike La Perruque got this self injection thing from the 2005 Trial. Let's not forget that Mike La Perruque was also a retired Santa Barbara County Deputy and in that he had access to things most people couldn't dream of. All of the sealed documentation in the world could possibly be at his fingertips because of prior connections."

"Regarding Mike la Perruque's recent and sudden claims: This jerk showed up at Carolwood a few weeks before Michael died! I was there and he told us why he was there. He tried to get into Carolwood but failed, like many others! He was Michael's bodyguard a few years ago for a short period of time and slept with quite a few fans, promising them meetings etc. After an incident at Christian Audigier's birthday party in Beverly Hills (Michael got paid to attend) he decided to take it upon himself to represent the "victim" in this incident. Of course by then he was no longer employed by Michael. Bodyguard suddenly turned attorney! LOL. Yes, you got it, just another clown making money off of Michael, like everyone else. He showed us pictures and asked us if we recognised certain people (other bodyguards) in the pictures. We didn't. The claim was that some of Michael's bodyguards attacked an innocent by-stander taking pictures of Michael and bruised this poor guy up. I guess Mike La Perruque can finally make some money off of his ex-employer now, and God knows what happened to the "victim" in the incident he spoke of. I guess he sucked at being an attorney too.Btw, Michael got angry at him a few years back in Las Vegas when Michael wanted to talk to fans and this jerk got agressive. Michael shouted back at him. Just another pirhana in the pool..."

Thanks for this. We now get a clearer picture of where this Mike is coming from. Of course, he never mentioned he was talking about the time of the allegations and leaves the audience believing that up to his death Michael was doing hard drugs. It seems this will be the MO of the programs from now until after trial. They will bring on all the people who worked for Michael and have them state that Michael was on drugs, talk about the allegations, talk about the balcony incident, plastic surgery, and vitiligo. Everyone prepare yourself and be strong.
 

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Well, yes, but it left me with the impression that Michael was using hard drugs. About the vitiligo, what an arrogant, assuming and totally unnecessary thing for this 'doctor' to say. Having never seen Michael he's way out of line but who cares, it's all for ratings. smh


To be fair he did change his comments and said prescription drugs
 

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I don't how we are going to get any fair coverage of this trial. We can't win with all these vultures. Too many of them. They want Murray to walk. I just feel that.
 
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